Le Parcour / Free Running in Mon Repos, Lausanne, Switzerland

Spots specifications:
Parkour methods:
Wall and windows "walking", obstacles jumping, climbing, running, span
Lausanne is the capital city of the Canton of Vaud and is situated in Romandy, the French speaking part of Switzerland, right on the shores of Lake Geneva. The city faces the Jura Mountains in the northwest and the French town of Évian-les-Bains, located at 62 km / 39 mi in the northeast of Geneva. Lausanne is the fourth largest city of the country and well known as host city of the International Olympic Committee HQ.

Lausanne is an extreme sport attraction to many Swiss or passing by visitors. One sport that is very popular in Lausanne is Parkour. On a park bench to another, the city is every parkour athlete playground. They jump in streets of Lausanne and most other cities.

The goal is to move from point A to point B with the most efficient and direct way possible. To accomplish that parkour, athletes span, climb and jump street furniture. In Mon-Repos, it is easy for parkour enthusiasts to perform their form of art. Walls, stairs, curbs, wall and windows “walking”, obstacles jumping, climbing and of course a lot of running are only some of the specifications you will meet in Mon-Repos.

All the moves are orchestrated together in a perfect harmony, reminding of a symphony. It is easy to practice parkour in your own place. But why not change the setting and of course your practice playground to one of the most beautiful and famous cities of Switzerland? Try parkour in Mon-Repos and live an unforgettable experience.

How to Get to Destination

39.1 miles/64 km, 50 minutes
Head north on Bd Georges-Favon to Rue Horace-Bénédict-de-Saussure, continue towards Pont de la Coulouvreniere, continue to Bd James-Fazy, slight right to Rue Terreaux-du-Temple, turn right into Rue de Chantepoulet, take the first turning left into Rue de Cornavin, continue straight on Rue de Lausanne / Route 1, continue to follow the Route 1, continue along Route de Lausanne, slight left at Route 1, take the exit toward A1/E25/E62/Lausanne (Road with controlled toll) get on A1a, join the A1, at junction 17-Ecublens, stay left and follow signs for Lausanne-Sud/Lausanne-Ouchy/Lausanne-Centre, join the E23, At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit on the street Av. de Montoie towards Ouchy / Vevey / Lausanne, turn right to stay on Av. de Montoie, go through 1 roundabout, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit to Av. de Tivoli, slight left to stay on Av. de Tivoli, slight right toward Av. de Provence / Route 1, continue to follow the Route 1, continue along Av. Jules Gonin, continue along Rue du Grand-Chêne, slight right to Pl. Saint-Francois/Route 9.
131.1 miles/211 km, 2 hours 12 minutes
Head west on Werftsteg to Europaplatz, turn left into Europaplatz, turn right to stay on Europaplatz, slight right to Frohburgstrasse / Route 9, turn right at the Robert-Zund-Strasse/Route 9, continue to follow the Route 9, turn left into the Bahnhofplatz/N8/Route 2/Route 9, continue to follow the Bahnhofplatz/N8/Route 2, slight right to Pilatusstrasse / Route 2, turn right at Obergrundstrasse, turn left into Hirschengraben / Route 2, slight right to Hallwilerweg / Route 2, continue to follow the Route 2, take the exit to Basel / Bern / Zürich / Emmen, join the A2, enter the A1/A2, keep left, follow signs for E25/Lausanne/Bern/Biel/Oensingen, at junction 37-Wankdorf, stay right and follow the signs for E25/E27/A1 to Genève / Lausanne / Fribourg / Neuchâtel / Bern-Neufeld, keep right, follow signs for Gd-St-Bernard/A12/Vevey/Fribourg/Bern/Bümpliz, continue to A12/E27, at junction 14-La Veyre, stay right and follow the signs for E62/A9 to Genève / Lausanne (Road with controlled toll) take exit 12-Lutry to Belmont, keep left at the fork, follow signs for Lutry and enter the Route du Landar, continue straight on Route de la Conversion, turn left to stay on Route de la Conversion, continue along Route de la Bernadaz turn right to stay on Route de la Bernadaz, turn right at the Route du Simplon / Route 9, continue to follow the Route 9, go through 3 roundabouts, keep left, continue to follow the Route 9.
Lausanne Airport,
2.1 miles/4.6 km

Take a train from anywhere in Switzerland and disembark at Lausanne central station.


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